Below you will find answers to frequently asked questions about Endeavor. If you have any additional questions beyond what you see below, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Endeavor participants are able to move back to their residence halls early from winter break. All students participating in Endeavor will need to request an early move-in through Residential Life. After you register, you will receive an email from us when you need to request early move-in.
How to request:
If your registration to Endeavor has been confirmed, you may request early move-in by following these instructions. You do not need to check in with Residential Life when you arrive back on campus unless you lived off campus or were abroad during the fall semester.
No, Endeavor is a free program. The only costs to you during the program will be your meals, which will be charged directly toward your meal plan or can be purchased in whatever way you would normally purchase food on campus (e.g. EagleBucks, cash, credit card). Please note that participants will be charged a fixed price of $12.99 for a buffet-style lunch on Thursday.*
Because of the planning and resources required for the program, as well as the generosity of the alumni who are volunteering their time, there will be a $150 fee assessed to students who sign up and do not show up for the event.
*If the cost of food is at all a concern for you, please contact Rachel Greenberg in the Career Center as soon as possible.
Endeavor takes place on a variety of locations within the Chestnut Hill campus. Specific information about locations will be provided to all participants as we get closer to the event.
Yes, because of how the program is designed, students are required to move back to their residence halls and attend all sessions of the Endeavor program from Wednesday, January 8 through Friday, January 10.
While meals will be a part of the Endeavor schedule, they will not be covered by the program. All meals will be charged directly toward your spring meal plan, should you have one, or will otherwise be billed to your student account and/or EagleBucks. Please note that all participants will be charged a fixed price of $12.99 for a buffet-style lunch on Thursday.
Please email Rachel Greenberg, Director of Career Education and Strategic Initiatives, if you have concerns about the cost of food.
As part of Endeavor, all student participants receive advice from participating BC alumni throughout the day in a variety or large and small group formats. Students are strongly encouraged to continue to develop those connections with alumni after Endeavor, and if fostered, those connections could develop into mentorship over time!
Additionally, you'll be supported during Endeavor by both a Career Center staff member and an Endeavor Fellow. Endeavor Fellows are highly trained student leaders and former program participants, who will help you reflect on your experience during the program and empower you to reach your goals after the program ends.
Sophomores and juniors in the Morrissey College of Arts and Sciences, as well as students in the Lynch School’s Applied Psychology and Human Development major, are invited to attend Endeavor. Students in other majors that are interested in attending Endeavor are welcome to email email@example.com to request an exception and explain how this program would be important and beneficial to them.
The attire for Endeavor is business casual. If you would like assistance with obtaining business casual clothes, we encourage you to visit our Career Closet.
What does business casual mean?
Business casual includes pants/slacks/skirts with a shirt/blouse or a dress. Do not wear jeans, shorts, sundress, or athletic wear. Ties are optional. Blazers and cardigans are appropriate to wear over shirts and blouses. Closed-toe shoes, boots, and flats are all appropriate.
The only required material you will need to bring with you to Endeavor is your BC ID to pay for your meals. You will be provided with a workbook at the start of Endeavor. We recommend that you bring with you a refillable water bottle and a pen.
Though you may choose to bring copies of your resume if you have them, you are not required to do so. Since this is not a recruiting event, you are not expected to have a resume or cover letter prepared in order to participate in Endeavor.
No, Endeavor is now open to members of the junior class within the Morrissey College of Arts and Sciences and Applied Psychology Majors within the Lynch School of Education and Human Development.
Please note: You may only participate in Endeavor once. We highly encourage you to participate during your sophomore year.
Though Endeavor will not directly connect you with an internship, it will open many doors for you. Specifically, Endeavor will give you tools to help you define and articulate your skills, the opportunity to explore career fields that will help you clarify your interests, and introduce you to many BC alumni. Additionally, participating in Endeavor will give you greater familiarity with the many services and resources available to you through the Career Center that will help you search for an internship.